I believe the "Retweets Of Me" timeline is what you're looking for.

On Nov 22, 12:24 pm, chuckblakeman <cfblake...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't see any RTs in the "Your tweets, retweeted" tab from people
> WHO AREN'T FOLLOWING ME.  I want to see those!
>
> Is there a way for me to see people who RT me who aren't following
> me?  That's the biggest problem i see with this, and unless I can find
> those people, this whole "upgrade" ignores some basic fundamentals of
> building relationships.
>
> Imagine having people visit your blog and try to leave a comment that
> they agree with you and you're not allowed to see it.  And this is an
> upgrade?  Still not seeing any upgrade here.
>
> On Nov 22, 9:14 am, Michael Ekstrand <mich...@elehack.net> wrote:
>
>
>
> > Chuck Blakeman wrote:
> > > Unless I'm missing something here, this is the single worst (and only)
> > > degradation of service  Twitter has ever put in place. A big step
> > > backwards for three reasons - 1) It completely ignores the concept of
> > > relationship building, 2) it promotes elitist arrogance on Twitter,
> > > and 3) it will increase meaningless RTs exponentially - What am I
> > > missing here on what's good about this?
>
> > Have you tried looking at the "Your tweets, retweeted" tab in the
> > Retweets page on Twitter's web site?
>
> > - Michael
>
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